V and radio host Stephen Nolan received a six-figure compensation and an apology from an anonymous person Twitter The troll made a series of defamatory remarks against him.
Mr. Nolan, he was on BBC Radio Ulster and Radio 5 live Tracking down the behind-the-scenes of online activities.
The host said that the settlement will serve as a warning to all trolls.
Mr. Nolan’s lawyer also stated that he has agreed not to reveal the identity of the troll “depending on his future behavior.”
In a statement issued by this person’s lawyers, they admitted that their claims were “completely unfounded and unfounded”.
The person admitted to launching a campaign against Mr. Nolan “involving the systematic spread of false and defamatory allegations”.
This person has supported the “Pastor Kimberlus” and “Pastor Kimberlus ghost” accounts on Twitter.
This person also created an online petition for the presenter.
The statement said: “I apologize unreservedly to Mr. Nolan for any trouble caused, and confirm that the aforementioned Twitter account has been deleted.”
Mr. Nolan said: “This person now admits to being responsible for a malicious activity aimed at destroying me and obstructing my journalistic work.
“I am fortunate to have the personal resources to track down this person and pursue him with Paul Tweed, an internationally renowned defamation lawyer.
“I am very grateful to the BBC. They always judge me fairly according to their editorial standards, not the lies that this person is trying to spread.
“Not everyone has such support, but this should be a warning to all trolls-you will be tracked.”
Paul Tweed, a defamation lawyer representing Mr. Nolan, said that the “troll” had been traced and he had personally served a notice of legal proceedings.
Mr. Tweed said: “There was an immediate remorse and a clear statement of regret. Because he expressed personal safety concerns, the individual requested anonymity.”
“Despite an attempt to destroy his reputation with lies, Mr. Nolan agreed not to reveal the person’s name, depending on his future behavior.”